*  A History of Modern Drama, Volume I | Drama | Literary Criticism & History | General Literature | Subjects | Wiley
His publications include A Companion to Twentieth-Century American Drama (ed., Blackwell, 2005), American Drama, 1945-2000: An ... "In his comprehensive History of Modern Drama (the first of two volumes, running up to 1959), David Krasner cites Roland Barthes ... Includes coverage of non-English works and traditions to create a global view of modern drama ... and movements that comprise modern world drama. *Contains detailed analysis of plays and playwrights, connecting themes and ...
*  X Factor Drama - Heart Sussex
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*  Drowning: A Family Drama - Kindle edition by Susan Wingate. Literature & Fiction Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
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*  BBC television drama - Wikipedia
Popular dramas such as Doctor Who and Z-Cars continued into the new decade, and were joined by costume dramas following The ... "Television Drama". The Times. 1949-10-24. p. 8. "Obituary: Mr Val Gielgud - Pioneer of British Radio Drama". The Times. 1981-12 ... From 1999 until 2006, the BBC also had a new in-house drama division, BBC Fictionlab, which specialised in producing dramas for ... The BBC has established a strong reputation in the field of children's drama, although children's dramas are almost universally ...
*  Radio drama - Wikipedia
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*  Postseason Baseball Drama
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*  Drama! - Wikipedia
"Drama!" "Sweet Sweet Baby" "Drama!" (Act 2) "Sweet Sweet Baby" (The Moo-Moo Mix) "Paradise" "Drama!" (Krucial Mix) "Sweet Sweet ... "Drama!" (7" Version) "Sweet Sweet Baby" (Medi Mix) "Paradise" (Lost and Found Mix) "Drama!" (Act 2) "Sweet Sweet Baby" (The Moo ... "Drama!" is the first single released in September 1989 by Erasure from their fourth studio album Wild!. It was issued by Mute ... "Drama!" did not continue Erasure's chart success in the United States, where it failed to enter the Billboard Hot 100. It did, ...
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*  Brazil's Impeachment Drama - WSJ
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*  A Drama in Mexico - Wikipedia
"A Drama in Mexico" (French: Un drame au Mexique) is a historical short story by Jules Verne, first published in July 1851 under ... as "A Drama in Mexico" in. *1964 - Dr. Ox, and Other Stories, London: Arco/Westport, CT: Associated Booksellers: Fitzroy ... Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=A_Drama_in_Mexico&oldid=718342417" ...
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*  Knicks Drama - ESPN
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*  Act (drama) - Wikipedia
This format is known as the five-act play, and was famously analyzed by Gustav Freytag in Die Technik des Dramas (Dramatic ... It begins slowly and auspiciously in the first part (jo), building up the drama and tension in the second, third, and fourth ... A similar five-part structure is also used in traditional Japanese Noh drama, particularly by Zeami Motokiyo. Zeami, in his ... Sherlock, Karl (2005). "Plays, Acts and Scenes in Structure". English 160: Drama Writing. Grossmont College. Archived from the ...
*  CBS Drama - Wikipedia
"Waterloo Road To Open Its Gates On CBS Drama". CBS Drama. 2013-02-22. Retrieved 2013-05-05. "CBS Drama - Sky 269 Virgin 197 ... CBS Drama is a television channel in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America. - home of 'modern US TV classics'. On ... CBS Drama replaced Zone Romantica on 3 December 2012 (in Poland replaced Club TV). CBS Reality launched on Freeview on 1 April ... CBS Drama broadcasts shows from the UK (such as Bad Girls, Waterloo Road, Footballers Wives), America (Dallas, CSI, Knots ...
*  Dalan Drama - Wikipedia
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*  Future-Drama - Wikipedia
The Simpsons portal "Future-Drama" at The Simpsons.com "Future-Drama episode capsule". The Simpsons Archive. "Future-Drama" on ... "Future-Drama". The Simpsons.com. Retrieved 2009-06-11. "Future-Drama" at TV.com Halpern, Paul (2007). What's Science Ever Done ... "Future-Drama" is the fifteenth episode of The Simpsons' sixteenth season. The 350th episode overall, it originally aired on the ... Future-Drama (GABF12) episode guide - Simpsons Crazy True by Spandau Ballet songfacts TV.com Archived 2010-09-19 at the Wayback ...
*  Pedestrian Drama - Wikipedia
"Janet Zweig's 'Pedestrian Drama'". Shepherd Express. Retrieved 13 December 2011. "Pedestrian Drama 2011". Janet Zweig website. ... Pedestrian Drama is a site-specific public art work by American artist Janet Zweig, located on the east end of Wisconsin Avenue ... Pedestrian Drama is her first art commission in Milwaukee. 7:11AM 11.20.1979 79°55'W 40°27'N Schumacher, Mary Louise. "Janet ... The site of Pedestrian Drama, near Northwestern Mutual, connects Milwaukee's lakefront with downtown. Zweig is based in ...
*  Drama High - Wikipedia
Drama High is an ongoing series of young adult fiction novels written by the American author L. Divine. The series comprises 18 ... Long, Shari (2006). "Book Review: "Drama High: The Fight," by L. Divine". Black Issues Book Review. 8 (6): 35. Retrieved 20 ... Schlichenmeyer, Terri (January 2, 2008). "Start with first 'Drama High' book in series". New Pittsburgh Courier (subscription ... Schlichenmeyer, Terri (June 24, 2009). "'Drama High: Keep It Movin" (Review)". New Pittsburgh Courier (subscription required). ...
*  Forbidden Drama - Wikipedia
"BYRON Forbidden Drama music review by Nightfly". Progarchives.com. Retrieved 22 October 2011. "Forbidden Drama on ProgArchives ... Forbidden Drama was conceived as a concept album, with 13 songs structured like a theatre play - with three acts and an ... Forbidden Drama is the debut studio album from the alternative/progressive rock band byron. Released on 12 October 2007 in ... "Forbidden Drama" features a wide array of instruments including a string quartet, oboe and esraj. The album was manufactured ...

(1/57) Effects of a drug overdose in a television drama on presentations to hospital for self poisoning: time series and questionnaire study.

OBJECTIVES: To determine whether a serious paracetamol overdose in the medical television drama Casualty altered the incidence and nature of general hospital presentations for deliberate self poisoning. DESIGN: Interrupted time series analysis of presentations for self poisoning at accident and emergency departments during three week periods before and after the broadcast. Questionnaire responses collected from self poisoning patients during the same periods. SETTING: 49 accident and emergency departments and psychiatric services in United Kingdom collected incidence data; 25 services collected questionnaire data. SUBJECTS: 4403 self poisoning patients; questionnaires completed for 1047. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Change in presentation rates for self poisoning in the three weeks after the broadcast compared with the three weeks before, use of paracetamol and other drugs for self poisoning, and the nature of overdoses in viewers of the broadcast compared with non-viewers. RESULTS: Presentations for self poisoning increased by 17% (95% confidence interval 7% to 28%) in the week after the broadcast and by 9% (0 to 19%) in the second week. Increases in paracetamol overdoses were more marked than increases in non-paracetamol overdoses. Thirty two patients who presented in the week after the broadcast and were interviewed had seen the episode-20% said that it had influenced their decision to take an overdose, and 17% said it had influenced their choice of drug. The use of paracetamol for overdose doubled among viewers of Casualty after the episode (rise of 106%; 28% to 232%). CONCLUSIONS: Broadcast of popular television dramas depicting self poisoning may have a short term influence in terms of increases in hospital presentation for overdose and changes in the choice of drug taken. This raises serious questions about the advisability of the media portraying suicidal behaviour.  (+info)

(2/57) Health education in television entertainment--Medisch Centrum West: a Dutch drama serial.

World-wide a number of groups have sought ways to incorporate health messages into television entertainment like popular drama and soap serials. In the Netherlands, the Heart Foundation incorporated its cardiovascular health message in several episodes of a popular Dutch hospital serial called Medisch Centrum West. To obtain greater insight into the impact of this so-called 'entertainment-education (E & E) strategy', an evaluation study was carried out. Medisch Centrum West was both entertaining and informative at the same time. Although viewers were well aware that the programme included a health message, they did not find it intrusive to their enjoyment of the storyline. It was interesting to learn that fans were more tolerant and positive towards the E & E strategy than non-fans. Age, sex and education level explained only 5% of the variance.  (+info)

(3/57) At wit's end: forgiveness, dignity, and the care of the dying.

Medical commentators on the play W;t by Margaret Edson, have tended to highlight the play's medical themes in the hope that this will help to improve the care of the dying. In this essay, the author argues that a close reading of the play suggests an alternative approach. This approach would require physicians to become personally engaged with the play's broad underlying themes, in particular the themes of dignity, relationship, and forgiveness. Physicians who do this might be able to undergo the sort of personal transformation that could allow them to relate to dying patients more fully as fellow human beings. Such a reaction to the play by physicians might truly and radically improve the care of the dying.  (+info)

(4/57) The Noh mask effect: vertical viewpoint dependence of facial expression perception.

Full-face masks, worn by skilled actors in the Noh tradition, can induce a variety of perceived expressions with changes in head orientation. Out-of-plane rotation of the head changes the two-dimensional image characteristics of the face which viewers may misinterpret as non-rigid changes due to muscle action. Three experiments with Japanese and British viewers explored this effect. Experiment 1 confirmed a systematic relationship between vertical angle of view of a Noh mask and judged affect. A forward tilted mask was more often judged happy, and one backward tilted more often judged sad. This effect was moderated by culture. Japanese viewers ascribed happiness to the mask at greater degrees of backward tilt with a reversal towards sadness at extreme forward angles. Cropping the facial image of chin and upper head contour reduced the forward-tilt reversal. Finally, the relationship between head tilt and affect was replicated with a laser-scanned human face image, but with no cultural effect. Vertical orientation of the head changes the apparent disposition of facial features and viewers respond systematically to these changes. Culture moderates this effect, and we discuss how perceptual strategies for ascribing expression to familiar and unfamiliar images may account for the differences.  (+info)

(5/57) Journals of the plague years: documenting the history of the AIDS epidemic in the United States.

This commentary discusses several journalistic, literary, and historical accounts of the AIDS epidemic as it has unfolded in the United States over the past 2 decades. By examining the different ways that different types of storytellers chronicle the political, social, public health, medical, and economic aspects of epidemic disease, this essay will demonstrate why the AIDS epidemic has been of such intense interest not only to physicians and public health experts but also to journalists, novelists, playwrights, memoirists, and historians. AIDS is a particularly fascinating example of society's broad concern with epidemics because it both is a global pandemic and, in recent years, has become a chronic disease.  (+info)

(6/57) Evaluation of a primary school drug drama project: methodological issues and key findings.

This paper describes the impact evaluation of a primary school drug drama project developed by a health promotion service and a theatre's education department in England. The project targeted 10-11 year olds in 41 schools with an interactive drama production and workshop day on attitudes, choices, decisions and risks of alcohol, tobacco and illegal drug use. Parents were also involved in parents' evenings and watching children's performances. The research consisted of both process evaluation, consultation with pupils, teachers, parents, actors and health promotion staff on the project itself, and impact evaluation which looked at potential changes in children's knowledge, attitudes and decision-making skills. This paper reports findings of the impact evaluation, from six of the schools participating in the project. The impact evaluation consisted of pre- and post-project testing using a 'draw and write' and a problem-solving exercise. These findings suggest that the project had a significant impact on the children's knowledge of names of specific illegal drugs, and on their awareness that alcohol and cigarettes were also drugs, and secondly encouraged the children to think in less stereotypical terms about drugs and drug users. The problem-solving exercise, involving decision-making scenarios, showed small but positive trends between pre- and post-project solutions in more than half of the response categories. Methodological difficulties relating to evaluating such a project are discussed.  (+info)

(7/57) The impact of a television soap opera on the NHS Cervical Screening Programme in the North West of England.

BACKGROUND: Mass media interventions can influence health care utilization but the effect of televised fictional accounts of illness upon national screening programmes is unknown. Our aim was to evaluate the impact of a Coronation Street story line, in which one of the characters died from cervical cancer, on the National Health Service (NHS) Cervical Screening Programme. METHODS: The study involved a retrospective analysis of information held on cervical screening databases ('Exeter' computer systems) of the nine Health Authorities constituting the Lancashire and Greater Manchester zones of the North West Region of the NHS. The number of cervical smears performed in the community, in women over 25 years of age, whose previous smear was normal and who were on routine recall, during a 6 month period that included the story line, was compared with those taken over the same period in the previous year. The proportions of smears classified by a screening interval of 'unscheduled', 'on time', 'overdue' or 'no previous smear' were compared. RESULTS: The number of smears performed increased from 65,714 in 2000 to 79,712 in 2001, an increase of 13,998 (21.3 percent; 95 per cent confidence interval (CI) 21.0-21.6 per cent) in the 19 weeks after the story line. The increase in the number of smears occurred in all categories of screening interval, with the largest increase seen in those attending 'on-time' (26 per cent). CONCLUSIONS: We have demonstrated a large impact of a soap opera story line on the cervical screening programme although the benefit to health is not clear. Further research will determine the long-term effect of the story.  (+info)

(8/57) The effect of 'Alma's' death on women attending for a cervical smear: a questionnaire survey.

Following a story line in Coronation Street in which 'Alma' died of cervical cancer there was a large increase in the number of cervical smears taken in Manchester. To ascertain the extent to which women were influenced to attend for smears by this story line and why, we carried out a postal survey. Our results show that women were influenced to attend for smears (22 per cent) with many women doing so because the story line made them worry. Television influenced screening behaviour but it must be of concern to health promoters that this was done through the generation of anxiety.  (+info)

  • dramatic
  • Listings in The New York Times and other sources for May 1923 reveal at least 20 dramatic offerings were scheduled (including one-acts, excerpts from longer dramas, complete three- and four-act plays, operettas and a Molière adaptation), either as in-studio productions or by remote broadcast from local theaters and opera houses. (wikipedia.org)
  • Radio drama" has been used in both senses-originally transmitted in a live performance, it has also been used to describe the more high-brow and serious end of the dramatic output of radio. (wikipedia.org)
  • This format is known as the five-act play, and was famously analyzed by Gustav Freytag in Die Technik des Dramas (Dramatic techniques). (wikipedia.org)
  • Writing Drama explores the mechanisms of dramatic story telling. (wikipedia.org)
  • theatre
  • however, audio drama or audio theatre may not necessarily be intended specifically for broadcast on radio. (wikipedia.org)
  • The enactment of drama in theatre, performed by actors on a stage before an audience, presupposes collaborative modes of production and a collective form of reception. (wikipedia.org)
  • Forbidden Drama was conceived as a concept album, with 13 songs structured like a theatre play - with three acts and an epilogue. (wikipedia.org)
  • Since graduating from Manchester School of theatre, Michaela Warrilow found her drama training to be beneficial to her in her career as a performer and director, as would be expected, but also to her life in general. (tiscali.co.uk)
  • dialogue
  • With no visual component, radio drama depends on dialogue, music and sound effects to help the listener imagine the characters and story: "It is auditory in the physical dimension but equally powerful as a visual force in the psychological dimension. (wikipedia.org)
  • and some forms of drama have incidental music or musical accompaniment underscoring the dialogue (melodrama and Japanese Nō, for example). (wikipedia.org)
  • The most powerful language of drama is structure, far before dialogue. (wikipedia.org)
  • series
  • Dalan Drama is a Nepali TV series which display the socio-cultural transformation of Nepal, during 1951 to 1995, from the view point of Dalit. (wikipedia.org)
  • Drama High is an ongoing series of young adult fiction novels written by the American author L. Divine. (wikipedia.org)
  • Banjeon Deurama) is a South Korean mini-drama series that first aired on August 8, 2004, as a part of SBS's Good Sunday programme. (wikipedia.org)
  • Drama Connections is a BBC One documentary series which looks at the stories behind the production of some of Britain's most popular drama television programmes, showing how they tie in with the production of other drama shows (hence the name). (wikipedia.org)
  • Manhunters was a three-part TV Drama Series that aired on BBC Two in the United Kingdom in 2005. (wikipedia.org)
  • The channel was mainly focused on classic American drama series and made-for-television films. (wikipedia.org)
  • Communications theorist Marshall McLuhan, in his 1964 work on the nature of media, predicted success for this particular genre on TV because the medium "creates an obsession with bodily welfare".Currently, the longest running medical drama in the world is the British series Casualty, airing since 1986. (wikipedia.org)
  • The first serialized medical drama was probably the Dr. Kildare film series (1937-1947), starring a number of actors in the eponymous role, and Lionel Barrymore throughout the series. (wikipedia.org)
  • viewers
  • In its original American broadcast, "Future-Drama" garnered roughly 8.3 million viewers. (wikipedia.org)
  • According to Professor George Ikkos, the president of the psychiatry sector of the Royal Society of Medicine, medical dramas have accumulated large audiences because the characters in the shows are often depicted as everyday citizens who have extraordinary careers, which promotes a sense of relatability among viewers. (wikipedia.org)
  • music
  • An important turning point in radio drama came when Schenectady, New York 's WGY , after a successful tryout on August 3, 1922, began weekly studio broadcasts of full-length stage plays in September 1922, using music, sound effects and a regular troupe of actors, The WGY Players. (wikipedia.org)
  • actors
  • With this in mind, she has formed the Drama Organisation using other professionally trained actors, musicians and freelance facilitators. (tiscali.co.uk)
  • program
  • A medical drama is a television program or film in which events center upon a hospital, an ambulance staff, or any medical environment and most medical episodes are one hour long and set in a hospital. (wikipedia.org)
  • starring Robert Fuller and Julie London, was the first medical drama ever to combine both a paramedic program with an emergency room hospital, which also focused on real-life rescues. (wikipedia.org)
  • back
  • Radio drama traces its roots back to the 1880s: "In 1881 French engineer Clement Ader had filed a patent for 'improvements of Telephone Equipment in Theatres'" ( Théâtrophone ). (wikipedia.org)
  • broadcast
  • Like the USA, Australia ABC has abandoned broadcasting drama but in New Zealand RNZ continues to promote and broadcast a variety of drama over its airwaves. (wikipedia.org)
  • Audio drama can also be found on CDs , cassette tapes , podcasts , webcasts as well as broadcast radio. (wikipedia.org)
  • school
  • I always encourage my students to see our school drama productions. (nea.org)
  • Repeatedly, teenagers would refer to something as "just stupid drama," "something girls do," or "so high school. (google.com)
  • modern
  • The use of "drama" in a more narrow sense to designate a specific type of play dates from the modern era. (wikipedia.org)
  • The early modern tragedy Hamlet (1601) by Shakespeare and the classical Athenian tragedy Oedipus Rex (c. 429 BC) by Sophocles are among the masterpieces of the art of drama. (wikipedia.org)
  • comes
  • The term "drama" comes from a Greek word meaning "action" (Classical Greek: δρᾶμα, drama), which is derived from "I do" (Classical Greek: δράω, drao). (wikipedia.org)
  • plays
  • Aeschylus' historical tragedy The Persians is the oldest surviving drama, although when it won first prize at the City Dionysia competition in 472 BC, he had been writing plays for more than 25 years. (wikipedia.org)
  • term
  • That being said, kids and teens sometimes use the term drama to distance themselves from emotionally difficult behavior. (google.com)
  • But mostly we learned that young people use the term drama because it is empowering. (google.com)
  • radio
  • As of 2011, radio drama has a minimal presence on terrestrial radio in the United States. (wikipedia.org)
  • However, other nations still have thriving traditions of radio drama. (wikipedia.org)
  • Podcasting has also offered the means of creating new radio dramas, in addition to the distribution of vintage programs. (wikipedia.org)
  • Thanks to advances in digital recording and Internet distribution, radio drama was experiencing a revival in 2010. (wikipedia.org)
  • launch
  • On 1 October 2009, it was announced that CBS Reality, CBS Reality +1, CBS Drama and CBS Action would launch on 16 November 2009 replacing Zone Reality, Zone Reality +1, Zone Romantica and Zone Thriller. (wikipedia.org)
  • action
  • CBS Reality launched on Freeview on 1 April 2014 followed by CBS Action on 1 October 2014 and as of July 2014, CBS Reality +1, CBS Action, CBS Drama & Horror Channel are available on the YouView platform as part of TalkTalk Plus TV's Entertainment Boost, but were removed from the EPG on 2 June 2015. (wikipedia.org)
  • continue
  • John Salley and Will Cain continue to discuss the drama surrounding the Knicks including whether or not Phil Jackson was sabotaged. (espn.com)
  • digital
  • What is Digital Drama? (google.com)
  • Note: Unlike cyberbullying, which involves repeated digital harassment toward someone, drama is broader and more nuanced. (google.com)
  • In some cases, digital drama can escalate into an offline fight - either verbal or physical. (google.com)
  • Why is it important to teach about Cyberbullying & Digital Drama? (google.com)
  • performance
  • Drama is the specific mode of fiction represented in performance. (wikipedia.org)
  • The book Refugee Performance (2013) by Australian professor Michael Balfour, from various aspects deals with literary, and especially, drama creativity whose theme is refugee. (wikipedia.org)
  • sense
  • Drama" in this sense refers to a play that is neither a comedy nor a tragedy-for example, Zola's Thérèse Raquin (1873) or Chekhov's Ivanov (1887). (wikipedia.org)
  • several
  • Following the expansion of the Roman Republic (509-27 BC) into several Greek territories between 270-240 BC, Rome encountered Greek drama. (wikipedia.org)
  • long
  • Lednik Drama \'led-nik 'dra-ma\) is the 10 km long and 1.5 km wide glacier on the east side of southern Sentinel Range in Ellsworth Mountains, Antarctica, which is situated north of Carey Glacier and Gabare Glacier, east of the east-northeast ridge of Mount Landolt, and south of Razboyna Glacier. (wikipedia.org)